K-pop boyband CRAVITY have released the music video for ‘Groovy’, the newly released lead single from their latest mini-album ‘Master: Piece’.
In the music video for ‘Groovy’, the nine-member group bring their infectious energy to various different locations, including an office building and press conference. “To the rhythm, body body movin’ / Just like this, I’m going crazy for you / Falling into this move / Keepin’ it keepin’ it groovy,” the boyband sing on the chorus.
‘Groovy’ appears on CRAVITY’s new six-track mini-album ‘Master: Piece’, which was also released today (March 6). The project also notably features the song ‘Light the Way’, which was co-composed by member Woobin.
‘Master: Piece’ comes just five months after their last release, ‘New Wave’, which featured the single ‘Party Rock’. Prior to ‘New Wave’, CRAVITY dropped ‘Boogie Woogie’, their first-ever English single.
Aside from their musical output in 2022, CRAVITY also performed at various international K-pop festivals, including KCON US Tour, HallyuPopFest London 2022, KCON 2022 LA, and KCON 2022 Premiere In Chicago.
In other K-pop news, SHINee vocalist Onew has released the music video for ‘O (Circle)’, the lead single of his new album ‘Circle’. The new record arrives just under a year after Onew released his sophomore mini-album ‘Dice’, which was led by the single of the same name.
Meanwhile, YG Entertainment has revealed that its upcoming girl group BABYMONSTER might not debut with all seven previously revealed members.